5 reasons for containerizing your legacy Windows Server applications

Why leading enterprises across the globe are turning to a container management platform to breathe new life into legacy Windows Server applications.
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Banjot Chanana is VP of product at Docker, delivering solutions for enterprises and developers to build, ship and run any application on any infrastructure using the Docker container platform.

Prior to Docker, Banjot ran product management teams at VMware for vSphere and vCloud product lines, developed security products at VeriSign, and had experience managing servers as a sysadmin at John Snow, Inc.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Banjot Chanana and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.